Husband's tribute to 'loving wife' after horror smash
A CROSSGATES mum-of-two who was airlifted to hospital after a horrific road accident has died from her injuries.
Fiona Miller (36) died at the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh on 15th February - the second person to lose their life on the A909 near Mossmorran in as many months.
Mrs Miller had suffered serious injuries when her silver people carrier collided with an articulated lorry around 11.30am on 4th February.
Her four-year-old daughter was in the car with her but was unharmed.
Emergency services - including an ambulance helicopter, two ambulance crews, two rapid response teams and two fire engines from Lochgelly - rushed to the scene of the crash.
Fire crews cut Mrs Miller free and the helicopter then flew her to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary.
Mrs Miller leaves husband Stephen and children Alex and Isla and her funeral will be held today (Thursday) at 2pm at Dunfermline Crematorium.
Her family asked for privacy to grieve but Stephen gave a brief tribute.
He said, "Fiona was a loving wife, daughter, sister and most of all a loving mother to her two children.
"She will be sorely missed by her family and friends."
In January, Andrew Dobie (64) was killed in a head-on collision with another car on the same stretch of road.
Mr Dobie, from Kirkcaldy, had been on his way to work at the Mossmorran petrochemical plant and died at the scene.
The other driver was uninjured but badly shocked.